- Apr 22, 2015
Why are we always portrayed as villains! We can never be the hero, we're always the villain. It's almost degrading. Or we're that loathsome character that no one can stand.
Do people really hate us that much?
And Mr Darcy? And Howard Roark? Aren't they a great characters?
I'd definitely say Mycroft is an INTP.
Sherlock is better at making judgements, whereas Mycroft is much more thorough about the details.
I can't see Mycroft as a person caring about details, he is concentrated on the outcome.
This is exactly what INTJs do. Not all of us are 6s, some of us are 5w4. INTJs are obsessed with patterns and connecting them and contextualizing them. This is what I'm constantly doing all day long.
That actually sounds more Ti than Te to me .
Also he is more process oriented. Itâ€™s solving the puzzle that matters, helping someone is additional benefit. And he keeps repeating Watson to look at the problem from different perspective and then they will understand it. That all sounds more INTP than INTJ. I think that INTJ would be concentrated on the solution of the problem and not process of solving it. I think Te is more organized, more basing on deduction, where Ti is basing on deduction and induction. But the last one is my own theory